They let their emotions rule their decisions, not reason or intellect. IGN: Were you familiar with the Terry Goodkind books at all, or were they something you discovered after being cast for the role? The crew and everyone who's working on it…there's been so much filming there since, you know, were there too of course. IGN: So what you're saying is that Sam Raimi discovered New Zealand. And I kind of gave up everything I knew to go and do the show so it worked out pretty well.And if you happen to know the other nine Wizard Rules they you are undoubtedly a fan of , a new syndicated series based on the Goodkind series. I had a chance to sit down and have some words with the lovely Bridget Regan, who plays the role of Kahlan The Confessor. Regan: When I was in the process of auditioning I tried to find out as much as I could regarding plot and character quickly, which was a bit unfortunate because then once I actually started reading the books I knew what happened. More about the character of Kahlan on the next page...Want to know a Christmas gift she received each year, what she looks like when she sleeps, and her family’s most popular name?
But everyone thinks that they would make a perfect couple.
It’s heightened and high stakes and life and death. But I never found a part that embraced that side of me. I get to let off steam beating up grown men every other day.
The books obviously have a cult following, and a lot of them feel pretty passionately about the show. I mean, I knew of that section in the bookstore where the paperbacks lived — I’d passed by it, but I’d never really gone into that aisle and looked at them. I kind of surprised myself by how much I loved the books.
follows the journey of Richard Cypher, a young woodsman who discovers that he has a bigger mission in life: he’s part of a prophecy to end oppression with the help of a mysterious woman named Kahlan (Bridget Regan) and a wise wizard named Zedd (Bruce Spense). Craig Horner: Even though it’s like a three-hour flight, it’s still like I’m in a different place.
The show is based on Terry Goodkind’s Hulu: Legend of the Seeker is filmed in New Zealand, but you’re from Australia. I’m completely isolated from my friend and family and just don’t have the time to go back.